IBAG North America
80 Republic Dr.
North Haven, CT 06473 US
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Backworking Swiss-Type Spindle Promotes Surface Quality in Micro Milling
Ibag North America will feature the new 25-mm backworking spindle designed for Star Swiss-type machines that features 60,000 rpm with grease-packed lubrication and 80,000 rpm with oil-mist lubrication.
Collets Designed for Use with High-Speed Spindles
Ibag North America displays its Ibag Micro Collet for precision-part manufacturing that enables accuracies of 1-micron TIR at the collet nose and accommodates tool diameters ranging to 1/8".
Compact, High-Speed Spindles Enable Ultra-Small Drilling
IBAG North America offers its Micro Line compact, high-speed spindles for Swiss-type turning machines.
Compact Spindles Enable High-Speed Swiss Turning
IBAG North America will feature its Micro Line spindles, a range of compact high-speed spindles designed to fit Swiss-type turning machines.
High-Speed Spindles Offer Micro Collet System
Ibag North America will exhibit its compact Micro Line high-speed spindles for Swiss turning machines, with spindle diameter sizes ranging from 16 to 33 mm and speeds ranging to 120,000 rpm.
Compact, High-Speed Spindles for Swiss Turning
IBAG’s expanded Micro Line compact, high-speed spindles are designed for Swiss turning.
High-Torque Backworking Spindle for Swiss Applications
Ibag offers high-torque backworking spindles in 20-, 22-, and 25-mm sizes.
Spindles for Micromachining Applications
Ibag North America’s Micro Line spindles are designed for micromachining and medical applications.
Spindles for Swiss Turning
The expanded Micro Line spindles for Swiss turning features 20-, 22- and 25-mm diameter models.
Spindles for Swiss Turning
The company offers the expanded Micro Line spindles for Swiss turning featuring 20 and 22 mm to the 25-mm diameter models including a 63.3-mm length new Model HT 25S 60 for compact tool zones.
CNC Swiss Delivers in Many Ways
Designed to efficiently process long, slender parts for the watch industry, the Swiss-type screw machine has evolved well beyond its original application niche.
Rotary Couplings for Turret Style CNC Lathes
IBAG North America has added a rotary coupling system that allows the use of its Micro Line high speed spindles in turret-style machines.
High Speed Spindles for Swiss-type Turning
Micro Line high speed spindles for Swiss turning are described as compact and powerful.
Short and Fast Micro Line Spindle
IBAG North America’s short and fast 22-mm diameter Micro Line high speed milling and drilling spindle for Swiss turning applications has a 63.3-mm length.
High-Speed Spindles For Swiss Turning
The company has added a 20-mm and 22-mm-diameter model to its Micro line of high-speed spindles for Swiss turning. Right-hand spindles are also available. These spindles eliminate secondary operations for Swiss-type lathes.
The Case For Process Monitoring
This article looks at new deveopments in process monitoring for prodctuion machining applications.
Spindles For Swiss Turning
Ibag North America's Micro Line spindles for Swiss turning adds 20 mm and 22 mm to the 25-mm diameter model previously available. Right-hand spindles are also available.
High-Speed Milling And Drilling Spindles
Ibag now offers 20- and 22-mm diameter high speed milling and drilling spindles for Swiss turning applications i addition to its 25-mm diameter spindles. Using synchronous, DC motor technology, the spindles operate as much as 100,000 rpm with 260-W continuous power and high torque. Especially useful for machining
High Speed Spindles For Swiss Machining
This article dicusses the use of high-speed spindles in Swiss machining applications. Sufficient rotational speed is necessary to take advantage of tooling materials in small diameter cutters.
Hold On With Vacuum Clamping
Because of the possibility of workpiece deformation, clamping using three-jaw chucks is not always suitable for final machining. In cases where tight machining tolerances must be upheld, this Danish cutting specialist relies on vacuum clamping technology to hold its parts.